Origin and Etymology of scathe
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
Examples of scathe in a Sentence
newspaper cartoonists scathed the lecherous governor with a series of cruel caricatures
Recent Examples of scathe from the Web
Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football debates always seem to scathe a few players in the new, with last Monday’s discussions centred around Newcastle forward Dwight Gayle.
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First Known Use of scathe
beat up on, light into, sail into, tie into;
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